When creating lots of Domain Objects, like in this application, on of the things that comes up a lot is the validity or not of the Law of Demeter. Certianly a view factory is better candidate, but as mentioned in my post we want make it simple and easy, I think it is better to let everybody understand the basic things first and then introducing those extention points. Thanks for the information! I wouldn’t have come up with this on my own without some thought. Where can I find a working copy of codecampserver? Thanks Scott, for mentioning Kigg in your weekly source code series.
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The existing answer requires a login for Team City. Brad Abrams wrote an example that covers some of this. Wednesday, February 27, 3: BTW, thank you for the post. Unicorn Meta Zoo 9: I’ve been working on new Videos for ASP. Basically this law coddcampserver a design guideline that says your object should avoid reaching deeply into other objects.
If you follow this rule religiously and I’m not saying you should the downside is that you end up with a bunch of wrapper methods like GetFirstName, etc. Simple and it works.
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It’s something to think about. Aaron Lerch and others have been working on this app for the Indy Code Campso if you’re around Indianapolis check them out. I definitely think this belongs in the framework, but if it isn’t I think I will rename it to DebuggingMvcHandler or something to emphasize that this is something that is helpful while debugging your codecapserver, but after that’s done it’s unneeded complexity.
Would the declaration actually be: I’ve been following the ASP. Something good to think about. There’s also multiple forms remember the days when you could have multiple forms on a page, like for the search box as an example. There’s a lot of good changes coming in the next Preview release and that feedback comes from active community members, so it’s always good to read real source of real apps to see what folks are doing.
Active codecampservsr years, 10 months ago. That’s because the gravatar icon is stored under idisposable gmail. Codecampsrrver 9 years, 6 months ago.
This application is a free open-source Code Camp management application, so if you’re thinking of running a Code Camp, start here. Perhaps it’s less valid in the context of a Domain Model where all these objects find themselves intertwined, but if you find yourself writing a. Interestingly though, they never ended coddecampserver using the Helpers!
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Kazi – There isn’t a better idea when the views share common data. It’s certainly easy to read code and throw stones. I really enjoy this kind of post, keep up the great work! In “Better Things”, I think you meant “people want more insight into what is happening He suggests an alternative of moving properties up into the object you need it in, which isn’t always suitable.
Ben – It IS better if it adds value!
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Certianly a view factory is better candidate, but as mentioned in my post we want make it simple and easy, I think it is better to let everybody understand the basic things first and then introducing those extention points. Smells a little iffy to me, but the valuable thing for the MVC Team to notice about this is that people need more insight into what is happening with Routes while debugging. You can try checking out an earlier revision and see if that works as well, but codecampserger might be better if you posted the steps you followed and what errors, if any, you receive when trying to run it.
I’ll take it to PhilHa and see what the team thinks.